7th Year Anniversary of Energypedia
A huge thank you to all our partners, donors, supporters and users for a great 2018! With your continuous love, support and encouragement, we managed to launch new projects, join new initiatives and move a step closer to achieve our mission of fostering free knowledge access as well as knowledge sharing across borders.
In 2018, we
As we move towards 2019, we look forward to launching new knowledge products, joining new partnerships and creating more content on energypedia. We invite you to be a part of our journey by partnering with us to develop new knowledge products (webinars, databases, portals), donating to our initiatives and creating new articles on energypedia.
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relevant but missing topics:
- Energy Access Regulations and Policies
- Energy Efficiency appliances
- Energy Waste / Recycling
- Comparison among all cooking alternatives
- "Last mile" definitions
- Community Engagement Actvities
March 2019: Mini-grid Webinar Series 2019
As a follow up to the Mini-grid Webinar Series 2017, this webinar series will shed lights on the reliability, sustainability, financing, and planning for scalability of micro-hydro power. Mini-Grid Reliability: The Role of Training Centers for Micro/Mini Hydropower – First in the series, this webinar will feature training centers and the people behind them who provide local capacity building for the development, operation, and maintenance of community-based micro-hydro projects. Watch the recording…
Join us for a twitter chat on efficient agricultural technology along with our partners, Efficiency for Access Coalition, Powering Agriculture and Shell Foundation. We will discuss about agriculture technology (AgTech) suitable for off- and weak-grid settings. #EfficiencyforAgTech&src=typd Use the #AgTechChat and #EfficiencyforAgTech to join the chat. Date: 28 March at 2:30 pm CST.
February 2019: Response to the "Electricity does not change poor lives as much as was thought" article by The Economist
In February 2019, the Economist published an article titled, ”Electricity does not change poor lives as much as was thought”. According to this article, there is not enough evidence of how electricity impacts the lives of poor people in order to justify that countries “spend a lot of scarce cash” to foster energy access today. We have compiled the relevant responses to this article. Please feel free to add your response as well! Read more...
February 2019: Solar Cooling Do It Yourself – Technical Training and Promotion Conference
This conference aims to bring together local companies, entrepreneurs and students and train them to design, produce and pilot small and medium scale solar cooling systems. It provides 3 hands-on experiences for customizing the solar cooling units based on requirements of the final users.
'►Registration Deadline: 3 March ►Duration: 18-22 March '►Browse through the program
January 2019 Solar Power Irrigation Toolbox in Spanish Version
The Solar Power Irrigation Toolbox (SPIS) is now available in Spanish. Check out the toolbox for informative modules and user-friendly tools (calculations sheets, checklists, guidelines) on solar irrigation. The toolbox is developed by the GIZ in collaboration with the FAO, under the global initiative Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development (PAEGC). It is hosted freely on energypedia.►Link to the Toolbox
January 2019 Energypedia Joins the Efficiency for Access Coalition
Energypedia has recently joined the Efficiency for Access coalition. This coalition works towards promoting energy efficiency as a potent catalyst in global clean energy access efforts. We look forward to working with the coalition on different projects.
December 2018 Energypedia at COP24
This year, energypedia was admitted to the Conference of Parties (COP) 24 as an official observer organization. We not only attended the COP but also had a booth at the exhibition area to showcase our approach. We shared the booth with GERES and Abibimman Foundation.
It was an amazing opportunity to meet so many energypedians at the event and we thank you for all your valuable feedback. We will definitely incorporate them into our work.
Click hereto read more about COP24 and the major outcomes.
November 2018 Second s-@ccess Conference
The s-@ccess conference was a great success in Mallorca! The 135 participants from 37 countries enjoyed the very good balance of complementary topics related to energy access. The Innovation Lab kick-stared the discussion, while the ESMAP side event rounded up the discussion about scaling mini-grids. We are looking forward to the 3rd edition again in Mallorca in Spring 2020!
November 2018 Sample Questionnaires on energypedia
Are you looking for sample questions? Do you want to share your questionnaires on energy issues with other people? Check out the Questionnaire page to access all sample questionnaires grouped by technology. To add yours to this page, simply upload it to energypedia and categorize it as "Questionnaires / Interviews" and the relevant technology. Read more...
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